The Bartlett-Collins Company was started in 1914 in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. It was known as the Glass Center of the Southwest. This wonderful pitcher and tumbler set were produced in the early 1940’s. The classic red and black Scottie dogs on all types of kitchen ware remain a popular pattern today. The set is adorned with red and black Scottie dogs and sprinkled with red and black stars. The pitcher holds 80 ounces or 2 ½ quarts. The tumblers measure 4 5/8” tall and hold ten ounces. The set is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, or flea bites. The Scotty dog graphics on the pitcher are in very good condition. Of the 13 stars on the pitcher, two are worn. The graphics on the tumblers are in very good condition, very clear and vivid. The tumblers do show some scratches and manufacturing straw marks in the glass. The pitcher and tumblers are pictured in “The Decorated Tumbler” by Hazel Marie Weatherman.
Depression Glass and Country Collectibles
Depression glass makes a wonderful gift! Gift wrapping is available to suit any occasion.